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As in previous generations, Nintendo provided strong support for its new console with popular first-party franchises like Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and Pokémon, among others.

I am very surprised about the reality about Wii, because before I was making this game, I wasn't expecting that Wii would be a console targeted only for non-gamers. The reality is different to what I expected." Goichi Suda later retracted his comment, saying his "point was that No More Heroes, unlike a lot of Nintendo Wii titles currently available is the kind of product that will attract a different kind of consumer to the hardware, i.e.Publishers such as Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Capcom, and Majesco Entertainment continued to release exclusive titles for the console, but the Wii's strongest titles remained within its first-party line-up.Analysts speculated that this would change in time as the Wii's growing popularity persuaded third-party publishers to focus on it; Goichi Suda, developer of No More Heroes for the Wii, noted that "only Nintendo titles are doing well.Like its predecessor, the Xbox 360 received a muted reception in Japan, This early launch did come with some trouble, as technical problems appeared in a portion of Xbox 360 units sold.The most well-known problem is the "red ring of death" and Error E74, which received (and still receives) a great deal of attention due to some users having to replace their consoles multiple times.On September 23, 2009, Nintendo announced its first price drops for the console.

In the United States, the price was reduced by fifty dollars, resulting in a new Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $199.99, effective September 27, 2009.

It became the first handheld video game console to use an optical disc format, Universal Media Disc (UMD), as its primary storage media.

The Nintendo DS likewise had connectivity to the internet through the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and Nintendo DS Browser, as well as wireless connectivity to other DS systems and Wii consoles.

While the Xbox 360 offers wired as well as wireless controllers as a standalone product, all Play Station 3 controllers can be used in wired and wireless configurations.

Starting with handheld consoles, the seventh generation began on November 21, 2004 with the North American introduction of the Nintendo DS as a "third pillar", alongside Nintendo's existing Game Boy Advance and Game Cube consoles.

Additionally, the revised version of the NDS, the Nintendo DSi, features two built in cameras, the ability to download games from the DSi store, and a web browser.